Chocolate smoothie bowl
This simple yummy chocolate smoothie bowl was the first free recipe I sent out to my community members.
Like a lot of my favourite recipes, this one happened by accident. By that I just mean that I didn’t plan on creating it. It wasn’t on my list of new ideas to try or experiment with.
I was sitting in bed with a coffee one morning, checking social media and emails (as I often do) and I saw something similar. I didn’t have the exact ingredients on hand, but I was pretty sure I could play around with it and come up with something just as delicious. Which is exactly what I did.
As with all of my recipes, it’s quick and easy to make. It’s made with good quality, wholesome ingredients and it tastes great.
So if you love the idea of chocolate for breakfast, give it a try and let me know what you think.
Other healthy brekkie bowls to try
If you can’t decide what you feel like, have a scroll through this collection of 37 HEALTHY BREAKFAST BOWLS for some inspiration!
See how I make my simple BREKKIE BOWLS – healthy breakfasts really can be quick and easy.
Free Brekkie Challenge
By the way .... have you heard about the fabulous free 2-week brekkie challenge that takes place in the Wendy's Way community several times each year?
I give you everything you need, so it's an easy way to get into (or back into) a healthy breakfast habit.
Pop over to the BREKKIE CHALLENGE PAGE for all the details.
Or sign up now (so you don't missi out) and I'll let you know when the next one is starting.
Here’s the recipe
CHOCOLATE SMOOTHIE BOWL
- ½ frozen banana
- ¼ avocado
- 2 tbsp cacao powder
- 1 tbsp vanilla protein powder
- ¼ cup milk your choice
- splash of cream
- your favourite toppings
- Blend all ingredients together in a high speed blender until smooth.
- Pour into a bowl and add your favourite toppings.
- That's it! Doesn't get much quicker or easier than that.
Bananas, other berries & nuts, seeds and cacao nibs work well too.
**NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION IS ESTIMATED AND SHOULD ONLY BE USED AS A GUIDE.
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